This cemetery has it all; it was created in the 19th century and has some fabulous early headstones and tombs. It also is the site of the burial of the Jewish people who died in the Jewish Getto here in Lodz. Thanks to the effort of primarily one individual, many people who died in the Getto, under the German occupation are buried here and many graves are marked with contemporary metal markers. You can see where some families have marked the grave with a headstone. Sad and peaceful at the same time, and worth seeing.
It is a little out of the way, but the tram takes you very close. Take the tram until it ends, walk straight ahead and then to your right and you will see a dirt road that leads past the cemetery. Look for a door which will take you onto the property; you pay a small admission. It is well worth the effort.
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